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by Carl Harper - www.c4rlh.com.
Monday December 18th, 2006 03:19 AM
The pace at which the Mobile Phone has evolved over the last couple of years is truly remarkable. Triband, WAP, personalised Polyphonic Ringtones, Themes, Games, Radios are now merely standard features on a lot of todays compact mobile phones.
But what about the future?
The developments that are in the pipeline or that are already on the more expensive handsets begs the question, is the mobile phone about to become extinct?
The answer is yes!!!
An evolution has taken place and we are now seeing the birth of communication & entertainment devices that have phone capabilities, rather than the other way around.
Miniature hard drives have now been developed for mobile phones which will soon see you storing your complete music, photo or even your film collection on your handy phone for convenient access at any time. Both Sony Ericsson and Nokia are preparing to release phones that will directly compete against the Apple IPOD dominance of the MP3 market and multi megapixel camera phones have already been released that compete well against the lower end of the digital camera market.
With the advances being made and the complexity of the devices there is a threat beginning to surface from mobile phone viruses, mainly on symbian devices. This will eventually lead to the purchasing of antivirus software being as common as downloading ringtones and games.
Your communication device will be your mobile TV, Video, Camera, Camcorder, Internet, emailer, Route Finder, Games console, Radio, Address book, Record collection... The list is endless and that is only on current technology.
Oh and I forgot, you will be able to make and receive telephone calls on it.
About the Author
Carl Harper is the author and freelance writer of a number of articles and tips on Mobile Phones. He is also the webmaster of the Mobile Phone Portal www.c4rlh.com
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